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Cobalt proudly provides security services, security guard services, and complete security solutions with unmatched expertise and professionalism in Ventura County and the San Fernando Valley of West Los Angeles County in California. Recognizing that protection requirements are unique to each site and situation, our private security specialists in California work closely with each client to formulate a customized security plan that is as functional as it is effective. With our clients’ safety and security at the forefront, our highly trained, proficient, and personable officers are equipped to consistently deliver protection for persons and property alike.

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Cobalt Security is committed to providing the best private security services in California tailored to the specifications of our clients in Ventura County and the San Fernando Valley of West Los Angeles County. We understand that there are no two sites or events that are the same and realize that every situation requires specific customization.



Corporate Security


People spend a majority of their time at work. The best benefit that an employer or property manager can give to their employees or tenants, is the knowledge that they, along with their property, will be safe.

Event Security


Cobalt Security provides security in California for all types of events, including (but not limited to) the following: Weddings, Concerts, Festivals, Corporate Events, Birthdays, Charity Events / Fund Raisers, Sports Games, art shows / galleries, Bar Mitzvahs, Quinceañeras and Award Ceremonies.



Home Owner’s Association Security


Your residents will quickly realize secure their neighborhood is with our home owner’s association security services. With our focus on customer service and work ethic, we work hard to make sure residents are not only safe, but fully satisfied with our security services.

Agriculture Security


Security is incredibly important to agriculture and farm land. Cobalt’s agriculture security services can help your farm run smoothly. Our job at Cobalt Security is to protect your property from poachers and theft, ensuring that you can focus on production and maintain maximum profit from your yield.



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With the increasing population in Southern California, parking and parking spaces are in high demand. Cobalt Security partners with HOAs, gated communities, and apartment complexes to enforce parking rules and regulations, keeping residents and their guests happy and safe.

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VENTURA COUNTY COVID-19 UPDATE AS OF APRIL 9:

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THREE VEHICLE COLLISIONS OCCUR SIMULTANEOUSLY IN THE VENTURA COUNTY ON APRIL9:Be extra careful while driving during the rain and stay home during the rain if possible.Use headlights, slower speeds, greater following distances, both hands on wheel, etc. Be safe out there!

THREE VEHICLE COLLISIONS OCCUR SIMULTANEOUSLY IN THE VENTURA COUNTY ON APRIL9:

Be extra careful while driving during the rain and stay home during the rain if possible.

Use headlights, slower speeds, greater following distances, both hands on wheel, etc. Be safe out there!
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11 hours ago

Safety for Citizens
THREE FILLMORE RESIDENTS ARRESTED AFTER INVESTIGATION INTO SALES OF METH TO VENTURA COUNTY RESIDENTS CASE:According to a Nixle statement issued by the Ventura County Sheriffs Office,On April 7, 2020, detectives with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit and Fillmore Patrol Station concluded a narcotics sales investigation and arrested three Fillmore residents for various narcotics and firearms violations.
During the month of March 2020, detectives began an investigation involving Cary Roberts who was suspected of selling narcotics to residents in Ventura County.  Detectives conducted surveillance and were able to gather enough evidence of Roberts’ involvement in methamphetamine sales.Based on the investigation, detectives were able to obtain search warrants for Roberts’ residence located in the 700 Block of 4th Street in Fillmore and a business associated to him located in the 700 Block of Santa Maria Street in Santa Paula.
On April 7, 2020, detectives executed search warrants at both locations associated with Roberts.  Detectives contacted and arrested Roberts at his residence in Fillmore.  While at the residence, detectives also contacted Billy Howard and Dana Baysinger.Both Howard and Baysinger reside at the residence and were arrested for misdemeanor possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, respectively.  Detectives searched the residence and found methamphetamine, money, scales and packaging consistent with narcotics sales.
During a search of Roberts’ business, detectives located additional methamphetamine, a loaded firearm, ammunition and illegally possessed prescription medication.  In all, detectives seized approximately 383 grams of methamphetamine and over 2,700 Oxycodone pills.Roberts’ past criminal history prohibit him from owning and or possessing any firearms or ammunition.  Roberts and Howard were both subsequently booked at the Pre-Trial Detention Facility for a variety of charges.  Baysinger was cited and released for misdemeanor possession of methamphetamine.
Prescription medications are contributors to both fatal and non-fatal overdoses taking place in Ventura County.  The Narcotics Unit is committed to aggressively target narcotics sales and help combat opiate overdoses in Ventura County through aggressive narcotic enforcement.Two of the three suspects mug shots posted by the Ventura County Sheriffs Office in their statement on Nixle.Image attachmentImage attachment

THREE FILLMORE RESIDENTS ARRESTED AFTER INVESTIGATION INTO SALES OF METH TO VENTURA COUNTY RESIDENTS CASE:

According to a Nixle statement issued by the Ventura County Sheriff's Office,

"On April 7, 2020, detectives with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit and Fillmore Patrol Station concluded a narcotics sales investigation and arrested three Fillmore residents for various narcotics and firearms violations.

During the month of March 2020, detectives began an investigation involving Cary Roberts who was suspected of selling narcotics to residents in Ventura County. Detectives conducted surveillance and were able to gather enough evidence of Roberts’ involvement in methamphetamine sales.

Based on the investigation, detectives were able to obtain search warrants for Roberts’ residence located in the 700 Block of 4th Street in Fillmore and a business associated to him located in the 700 Block of Santa Maria Street in Santa Paula.

On April 7, 2020, detectives executed search warrants at both locations associated with Roberts. Detectives contacted and arrested Roberts at his residence in Fillmore. While at the residence, detectives also contacted Billy Howard and Dana Baysinger.

Both Howard and Baysinger reside at the residence and were arrested for misdemeanor possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, respectively. Detectives searched the residence and found methamphetamine, money, scales and packaging consistent with narcotics sales.

During a search of Roberts’ business, detectives located additional methamphetamine, a loaded firearm, ammunition and illegally possessed prescription medication. In all, detectives seized approximately 383 grams of methamphetamine and over 2,700 Oxycodone pills.

Roberts’ past criminal history prohibit him from owning and or possessing any firearms or ammunition. Roberts and Howard were both subsequently booked at the Pre-Trial Detention Facility for a variety of charges. Baysinger was cited and released for misdemeanor possession of methamphetamine.

Prescription medications are contributors to both fatal and non-fatal overdoses taking place in Ventura County. The Narcotics Unit is committed to aggressively target narcotics sales and help combat opiate overdoses in Ventura County through aggressive narcotic enforcement."

Two of the three suspects' mug shots posted by the Ventura County Sheriff's Office in their statement on Nixle.
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11 hours ago

Safety for Citizens
FORMER EMPLOYEE ARREST ON SEVERAL BURGLARY CHARGES RELATED TO SCHOOL BREAK-INS IN MOORPARK:According to a Nixle statement issued by the Ventura County Sheriffs Office,On April 7th, 2020, detectives from the Moorpark Investigations Bureau arrested Christopher Lewis of Simi Valley on several counts of burglary to public schools within the Moorpark Unified School district.  Detectives initially began their investigation in October of 2019 in response to several burglaries and attempted burglaries that had occurred at various schools within the city.
On the morning of April 7th, patrol deputies from the Moorpark Station responded to the Flory Academy of Sciences and Technology for a report of a burglary.  Deputies learned that when employees arrived at the school that morning, they discovered several classrooms had been broken into and an assortment of property had been taken.
Detectives from the Moorpark Station responded to the scene and determined that the break-in occurred sometime during the previous evening.  Detectives additionally collected several pieces of evidence that were left at the scene and identified Christopher Lewis, a previous employee, as a possible suspect.
Later that afternoon, detectives contacted Lewis near his residence in Simi Valley and discovered additional evidence linking him to the burglary.  Detectives continued their investigation and additional evidence from the burglary was recovered from Lewis’ home.At the conclusion of their investigation, detectives arrested Lewis on two counts of burglary per PC 459, one count of attempted burglary per PC 664/459 and a single count of felony vandalism per PC 594(b)(1).  Lewis was booked at the Ventura County Jail and released with a future court date.No mug shot was posted by the Ventura County Sheriffs Office in their statement on Nixle.

FORMER EMPLOYEE ARREST ON SEVERAL BURGLARY CHARGES RELATED TO SCHOOL BREAK-INS IN MOORPARK:

According to a Nixle statement issued by the Ventura County Sheriff's Office,

"On April 7th, 2020, detectives from the Moorpark Investigations Bureau arrested Christopher Lewis of Simi Valley on several counts of burglary to public schools within the Moorpark Unified School district. Detectives initially began their investigation in October of 2019 in response to several burglaries and attempted burglaries that had occurred at various schools within the city.

On the morning of April 7th, patrol deputies from the Moorpark Station responded to the Flory Academy of Sciences and Technology for a report of a burglary. Deputies learned that when employees arrived at the school that morning, they discovered several classrooms had been broken into and an assortment of property had been taken.

Detectives from the Moorpark Station responded to the scene and determined that the break-in occurred sometime during the previous evening. Detectives additionally collected several pieces of evidence that were left at the scene and identified Christopher Lewis, a previous employee, as a possible suspect.

Later that afternoon, detectives contacted Lewis near his residence in Simi Valley and discovered additional evidence linking him to the burglary. Detectives continued their investigation and additional evidence from the burglary was recovered from Lewis’ home.

At the conclusion of their investigation, detectives arrested Lewis on two counts of burglary per PC 459, one count of attempted burglary per PC 664/459 and a single count of felony vandalism per PC 594(b)(1). Lewis was booked at the Ventura County Jail and released with a future court date."

No mug shot was posted by the Ventura County Sheriff's Office in their statement on Nixle.
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VENTURA COUNTY COVID-19 UPDATE AS OF APRIL 8:

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OXNARD MAN ARRESTED ON SEVERAL CHILD PORNOGRAPHY CHARGES AFTER SEARCH WARRANT SERVED:According to a statement issued by the Oxnard Police Department,On April 8th, 2020, after a lengthy investigation, investigators from the Oxnard Police Department’s Family Protection Unit, Ventura County District Attorney’s Office and members of the Southern California High Tech Task Force served a search warrant on a residence in the 700 block of North C Street, in the City of Oxnard.During the subsequent investigation and search, Oxnard resident, Andres Muro, was identified as allegedly being in possession of child exploitation material as well as participating in the distribution of child exploitation material. He worked in concert with another individual who was arrested by the Ventura Police Department on April 6, 2020.Mr. Muro was arrested for one count of possession of child pornography with intent to distribute, one count of bringing obscene matter into or distributing within the state, one count of possessing matter depicting sexual conduct of a person under the age of 18, one count of conspiracy to commit distribution of child pornography, and one count of extortion.  Mr. Muro was booked and released on a bail amount of $50,000.The Oxnard Police Department would like to remind the public that the possession of child pornography is a felony and can be punishable with imprisonment in State Prison. In addition to being captured in images and videos, many children depicted are often the victims of sexual assault, exploitation, or human trafficking.The Oxnard Police Department is committed to protecting the safety of our youth and the continuing investigation of these crimes against children will be vigorously investigated and prosecuted.Anyone with information regarding Mr. Muro, the Instagram usernames of Goddesswoes or Branson_graf, or the possession of child pornography is encouraged to contact Detective Kevin Adair with the Oxnard Police Department at (805) 385-7663. For additional information on how to report child pornography, contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at www.missingkids.com.Anyone with information regarding this case or other criminal activity is encouraged to contact the Oxnard Police Department at (805) 385-7600, or online via the Oxnard Police Departments website: www.oxnardpd.org, and clicking on Report Suspicious Activity.You can remain anonymous if you choose to do so. You can also remain anonymous by calling the Ventura County Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-8477. You can also visit this site: www.venturacountycrimestoppers.org to submit a tip via text or email.Mug shot posted by the Oxnard Police Department in their statement.

OXNARD MAN ARRESTED ON SEVERAL CHILD PORNOGRAPHY CHARGES AFTER SEARCH WARRANT SERVED:

According to a statement issued by the Oxnard Police Department,

"On April 8th, 2020, after a lengthy investigation, investigators from the Oxnard Police Department’s Family Protection Unit, Ventura County District Attorney’s Office and members of the Southern California High Tech Task Force served a search warrant on a residence in the 700 block of North C Street, in the City of Oxnard.

During the subsequent investigation and search, Oxnard resident, Andres Muro, was identified as allegedly being in possession of child exploitation material as well as participating in the distribution of child exploitation material. He worked in concert with another individual who was arrested by the Ventura Police Department on April 6, 2020.

Mr. Muro was arrested for one count of possession of child pornography with intent to distribute, one count of bringing obscene matter into or distributing within the state, one count of possessing matter depicting sexual conduct of a person under the age of 18, one count of conspiracy to commit distribution of child pornography, and one count of extortion. Mr. Muro was booked and released on a bail amount of $50,000.

The Oxnard Police Department would like to remind the public that the possession of child pornography is a felony and can be punishable with imprisonment in State Prison. In addition to being captured in images and videos, many children depicted are often the victims of sexual assault, exploitation, or human trafficking.

The Oxnard Police Department is committed to protecting the safety of our youth and the continuing investigation of these crimes against children will be vigorously investigated and prosecuted.

Anyone with information regarding Mr. Muro, the Instagram usernames of Goddesswoes or Branson_graf, or the possession of child pornography is encouraged to contact Detective Kevin Adair with the Oxnard Police Department at (805) 385-7663. For additional information on how to report child pornography, contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at www.missingkids.com.

Anyone with information regarding this case or other criminal activity is encouraged to contact the Oxnard Police Department at (805) 385-7600, or online via the Oxnard Police Department's website: www.oxnardpd.org, and clicking on Report Suspicious Activity.

You can remain anonymous if you choose to do so. You can also remain anonymous by calling the Ventura County Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-8477. You can also visit this site: www.venturacountycrimestoppers.org to submit a tip via text or email."

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